Kirstie Alley said Leah Remini is her enemy.

Don't beat around the bush, Kirstie. What do you really mean?

Alley was on Howard Stern's radio show Thursday, promoting her new television show "Kirstie." Naturally, Stern asked her if she was upset about her ex-friend Leah Remini leaving Scientology, then publicly criticizing the religion.

"First of all, I just want everyone to know that I have hundreds of friends who have come into Scientology and left Scientology. You're not shunned, you're not chased," Alley said, according to dlisted.com. "All that stuff's bull(expletive). However, when you are generalizing and when your goal is to malign and to say things about an entire group, when you decide to blanket statement that Scientology is evil, you are my enemy."

That's incredible. I can't believe Kirstie Alley said that. She actually wants us to believe she has hundreds of friends?

She also said stopped following Remini on Twitter.

Wow. That one has to hurt.

The website broke down some other highlights of the interview, including Alley saying she first got interested in Scientology after she saw Porsches outside the Scientology building; that she read Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard's book "Dianetics" while snorting cocaine; and that she fell in love with John Travolta while filming "Look Who's Talking," while they would "sit around, doing skits" together.

Right. I don't want to know what that means, either.

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